Monthly Archives: October 2016

The FCC just passed sweeping new rules to protect your online privacy

Federal officials delivered a landmark ruling in favor of online privacy Thursday, limiting how Internet providers use and sell customer data, while asserting that customers have a right to control their personal information. Under the Federal Communications Commission’s new rules, consumers may forbid Internet providers from sharing sensitive personal information, such as app and browsing… Read More »

Nexus 7 discontinuation

The Note 7 has been discontinued following continued problems with its battery, yet more than 1 million potentially dangerous Note 7 handsets are still in use and, unbelievably, people are still attempting to take the Note 7 aboard flights (Samsung has now set up booths in airports to collect the faulty phones). If you own… Read More »

iOS 10 features and updates

iOS 10.1 is in beta 3 right now – here’s what it does. Apple’s iOS 10 and iOS 10.1 updates for your iPhone and iPad live up to the milestone software version number, with major changes to your daily phone and tablet routine. You won’t recognize portions of the interface, it’s that different. But don’t… Read More »